In Barangay Agnonoc in Ferrol, a sixth-class fishing town, candidates Angelito Gara and Lorna Gervacio agreed to toss a coin
after both got 126 votes in Monday's barangay elections and tied for the seventh seat in the village council.
On the Saturday morning, Rajen and his mum went along to King Henry School and as there was just one place open and two players looking to fill that spot, it was decided to toss a coin
to decide who took the available space.
I asked him to toss a coin
and I think he tossed it until he got Don't Push It.
The comedian is to host a new gameshow this winter called Heads or Tails which will see contestants toss a coin
to win up to one million pounds.
We certainly don't relish the thought of travelling over to Kibworth, watching the rain come down and then toss a coin
It's customary to toss a coin
before kick-off to decide who plays which end, but FA Cup rivals Liverpool and West Ham have gone further.
If you want to decide which football team takes the ball first or who gets the larger piece of cake, the fairest thing is to toss a coin, right?
I don't care how vigorously you throw it, you can't toss a coin fairly," says Persi Diaconis, a statistician at Stanford University who performed the study with Susan Holmes of Stanford and Richard Montgomery of the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Cleveland and Atlanta must toss a coin
for the seventh pick.
The referee will toss a coin
with the two captains.
We toss a coin to see who kicks-off, to see who starts extra time and to see who takes the first penalty,' added Francis.
But you don't toss a coin to decide which end they should be taken.
So I had a Little League umpire toss a coin
HTENSION surrounded the final place in the Racing Post Juvenile when my boss Jim Cremin had to toss a coin
to see whether Dairyland Sue or Living Jewel got in.